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Ball State announced hoverboards are no longer allowed in residence halls. The ban is due to safety precautions, such as the possibility of a fire. DN FILE PHOTO ALEXANDRA SMITH
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Ball State announced hoverboards are no longer allowed in residence halls. The ban is due to safety precautions, such as the possibility of a fire. DN FILE PHOTO ALEXANDRA SMITH


Recently, hoverboards, as they’re commonly referred to, have been showing up around campus and are being sold by the people who organize ChirpFest. The boards operate like a Segway, but lack the pole. DN PHOTO ALEXANDRA SMITH
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Recently, hoverboards, as they’re commonly referred to, have been showing up around campus and are being sold by the people who organize ChirpFest. The boards operate like a Segway, but lack the pole. DN PHOTO ALEXANDRA SMITH


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